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Volume Sixth.

LETTERS to and from Mr Gay, &c.
From 1712 to 1732.


I. The author's opinion of Mr Cay's merit and
mode fly.

II. His desire to do him service, and advice as to
the study of poetry.

III. Concerning painting; Mr Gay's poem of the Fail.

IV. To Mr Gay an his return to Hanover after
the Queen's death. Advice about politics.

V. After the death of the author's father, and the
sale of his estate. Mr Gay's poem to Mr
Lowndes, and his expectations at Court.
VI. From Mr Gay at Bath; on the remarkable death
of two lovers by lightning, with their Epitaph.

VII. To Mr Gay at Bath; the commitment of the
Bishop of Rochester to the Tower.

VIII. Of disappointments from great men: Friends

IX. Astiirances of remembrance in absence.

X. XI. XII. To Mr Gay in a dangerous sickness.
XIII. On his recovery, and Mr Congreve's death.

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